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is critical. it cannot fail. >> cool stuff. great assignment, brian todd, roswell, knonew mexico. nasa steps aside as commercial space flight against under way. we'll go live to florida in 15 minutes for the launch of the spacex rocket. these are live pictures right now. there it is on the pad. we're going to take you there live for a live report. >>> moving on now, filmmaker refuses to give new york city outtakes frohis film. the city has filed a lawsuit to get them. an infamous case back in the limelight. that story is straight ahead. to help those affected and to cover cleanup costs. today, the beaches and gulf are open, and many areas are reporting their best tourism seasons in years. and bp's also committed to america. we support nearly 250,000 jobs and invest more here than anywhere else. we're working to fuel america for generations to come. our commitment has never been stronger. constipated? yeah. mm. some laxatives like dulcolax can cause cramps. but phillips' caplets don't. they have magnesium. for effective relief of occasional constipation. thanks. [ phillips' lady ] live the re
-- and liftoff. >> that right there marking a new era in space flight from cape canaveral florida. nasa has stepped aside to the international space station. and meningitis outbreak has grown by one-third in 24 hours. 91 cases in nine states including seven deaths. 27 cases since yesterday. nearly half of the new cases in michigan. men unskwraoeutious has been linked to contaminated steroid injections. and there's a voluntary recall for all the products from the manufacture. >>> most of the country's voting places are still open right now. the polls will stay open as long as people are waiting in line to vote. hugo chavez has been in charge for 13 years there. >>> now to some very disturbing video from the syrian war. some viewers, particularly children, may want to look away. here it is. we are told this person that you see running is a syrian boy, and that he was hit by sniper fire. cnn cannot independently confirm the video's authenticity. >>> and then an aircraft going down in a suburb. at least 100 people were killed today. >>> an investigation under way tonight at the un
nine rocket. >> that marking a new era. the first commercial flight into space. nasa has assigned spacex to a contract to ship cargo to i.s.s. live report from florida 20 minutes away. >>> the meningitis out break has grown by one-third in just 24 hours. 27 cases since yesterday. nearly half of the new cases in michigan. meningitis has been linked to contaminated steroid injections. the company issued a voluntary recall for all its products. >>> it's half 9:00 at night in venezuela where most of the country's voting places are still open right now. presidential election day and the polls will stay open as long as people are waiting in line to vote. hugo chavez is trying to win another term as president. he's been in charge for 13 years there. >>> now to some very disturbing video from the syrian war. some viewers, particularly children may want to look away. this person that you see run nig is a syrian boy. he was hit by sniper fire in aleppo. another amateur video is said to show a government aircraft going down in a damascus suburb. >>> an investigation under way at the universi
for the international space station. nasa has stepped aside, to ship cargo to the international space station. live report from florida. >>> a meningitis outbreak in the u.s. has grown one-third in just 24 hours. the cdc is confirming 91 cases in 9 states, including 7 deaths. 27 cases since yesterday. nearly half of the new cases in michigan. meningitis has been linked to contaminated steroid injections used to ease back and neck pain. the company that issued the injections have issued a recall for all its products. >>> it's after 9:00 at night in venezuela, where most of the polls are open. polls are open as long as people are waiting in line to vote. hugo chavez is trying to win another term as venezuela's president. >>> and now, to come very disturbing video from the syrian war. some viewers, particularly children, may want to look away. here it is. we're told you see this person running is a syrian boy. and he was hit by sniper fire in aleppo. cnn cannot confirm the video's authenticity. this video shows an air force going down in a suburb. a report says at least 100 people were killed today. >
. and it provides a way for them to express their feelings. nasa's 2001 press release announcing the mer project epitomizes the personification of the robots. quote: in 2003 nasa plans to launch a relative of the now-famous 1997 mars pathfinder rover. this larger cousin is expected to reach the surface of the red planet in january 2004. this new robotic explorer will be able to trek up to 100 meters across the surface each martian day. scott hubbard, mars program director at nasa headquarters, said, quote: this mission will give us the first-ever robotic field geologist on mars. now, the metaphors in this poetic narrative such as referring to the earlier mission as mer's cousin simplify for the public's understanding. but they also serve as a kind of cultural cheerleading in praise of america's new robotic explorer. but years later the tone was distinctly sentimental when the associated press reported spirit's demise. quote: spirit, the scrappy robotic geologist that captivated the world with its antics on mars before with getting stuck in a sand trap, is about to meet its end after six producti
nine engines shortly after lifting off sunday night. nasa says the rocket still was able to make it into space, though it is unclear what caused that engine to fail in the first place. let's talk about it with tom jones, a former nasa astronaut and the author of "planetology." e guess this thing has nine engines, one failed pretty spectacularly. do we know what it was? >> hi, jon. i think no one really knows the cause yet, but they got good data down from the engines. one of the nine had a pressure loss is what spacex is saying, and apparently it blew debris off the side of the product. on the good news side, the other eight engines continued to win, and the dragon capsule got to orbit. so you like a rocket like this that has the robustness, the ability to withstand failure and still make it to orbit. jon: so i guess, in fact, the payload is being delivered to the international space station just as intended. that's all good news, but is this going to slow down this private space venture? >> well, it'll probably slow it down for a couple of months perhaps before the next launch.
to tune in tonight. 9:00 eastern time. >> heather: it could be a new era for nasa. why a planned launch of an unmanned craft just hours from now may hold the key to a brand-new future for the u.s. space program. >> gregg: a case of apparent bullying with a disturbing twisted as a young student faces her teacher's wrath for wearing a romney-ryan shirt to school. >> you can't wear a republican shirt in a democratic school. >> i expect it from students. >> this is philadelphia, birthplace of freedom. we have schools that want to take away her freedom. >> heather: crossing the threshold wasn't enough for these competitive couples. a wife carrying contest, complete with obstacles like widow maker. you have to see it to believe it. for 30 some years at many different park service units across the united states. the only time i've ever had a break is when i was on maternity leave. i have retired from doing this one thing that i loved. now, i'm going to be able to have the time to explore something different. it's like another chapter. droid does. and does it launch apps by voice while learning
to the international space station. >> and lift-off, lift-of the space x falcon 9 rocket. >> nasa has a contract for a total of 12 deliveries by the unmanned draggen capsule t will take food and clothes to the station, it will also bring back tons of trash and equipment . >>> buying by phone. how much consumers around the world will buy with their phones an tablets. at least what is predicted by 2015. >>> a devastating end to what is supposed to be a special day. the deadly fight that broke out between two wedding parties in philadelphia. dan hurd: when i was a child, california was a leader in education funding. erika derry: and the fact that california isn't making it a priority frustrates me. dan hurd: i'm ashamed of that, and i don't want this to continue for my daughter. brenda kealing: prop 38 is going to bring a lot of money to our schools. suzan solomon: the money stays at the school site. cade derry: what i would really like to see is that the teachers... that were laid off come back to the school. navaz hurd: a smaller class size. navaz hurd: as a mom i want that. as a teacher i want t
soil samples. now that work is on hold because nasa wants to learn if a bright object spotted on the ground is just part of the vehicle or something more. >> this is what happens when a large group of mostly intoxicated people take on a bull in colombia. amateur matadors got in the ring and tried to show who the bull was boss. 19 people were hurt. here's the first look at this morning's dish of scrambled politics. "the washington post" reports that during the recession, most members of congress did different financially than the average american. the regular folks back home saw their household net worth drop 39% for 2007 to 2010. the lawmakers in congress gained 5%. >>> republican vice-presidential nominee paul ryan was being interviewed in detroit when he objected to the reporter's question about gun violence and taxes. and then the interview came to an abrupt end. take a look. >> those are yours, not mine. >> thank you very much, sir. >> that was kind of strange. stuff words in people's mouth? >> he said he responded as anyone would in such a strange situation. also in michi
want to point to the groups such as nasa. even businesses could have taken us to the moon in 1969. we have to continue to look good government and each and every problem that is presented to see if this is something that could be done by individual states or businesses. or just something that inherently, the -- only the government can solve if the people come together. and the government pushes those resources. i often hear people complain about paying taxes. or taxes are too high or are not appropriate. but we appreciate having the roads. we appreciate having the postal service and the schools and the programs like nasa kick back and giving us wonderful technologies that propelled us and made most people's lives much more comfortable than they would have been had this technology not entered their lives. host: right now, is government about the right size do you think? or where were the but the scale on its role and its influence on your life? caller: i think that we have to be careful when we talk about the size of government. there seems to be a misunderstanding about what the size
the same thing going on at nasa with the administrator a couple years ago when he was going it to outreach with muslims and we had it with the fbi director last year when he met with muslim groups. it's one thing to create diversity transformation, but it's another thing to use taxpayer money for these things when it's not what the agencies are about. it's clearly inappropriate. >> this is the agriculture department. what does this have to do chanting our forefathers were immigrants? fine. what does chanting that have to do with the mission of the u.s. department of agriculturagricul. i don't understand na. >> absolutely nothing. what happened is over the years there was some discrimination aat the usda. then they brought in a program called pickford, and billions were paid out on fraudulent loan applications in the usda. the usda put into effect during the obama administration to try to reach out to minority groups. that's a worthy goal, but you don't do it with taxpayer money when it's irrelevant to the mission of the agency. frankly, it's something to be done in a different way. >> this
from nasa and the u.s. navy will pay tribute to neil armstrong. he loved the navy and the sea, and his ashes were scattered in the atlantic ocean. today's ceremony will be held on the uss hornet at alameda point, we are feeling the pain at the pump with gas pricing soaring. some stations are breaking the $5 a gallon mark. cab drivers to delivery, busy to the commuter, nobody is liking what they pay at the pump. food truck operators say the cost of business goes up another $200 a month just because of the gas price increase. >> we don't want to pass that along to the customers, but at some point we have to. >> every time it goes down, refinery blows up, they jack is back up. it's like this on purpose or something. >> the spikes might be temporary, but if it a while, delivery charges and food prices could start going up for everybody. >>> higher gas prices have driven many people to wait in long lines to fill up tanks and dis-- at discount retailers. this is at a cots co. several stations with lower prices have reported even running out of unleaded fuel because of the demand. many econom
at nasa are celebrating another milestone curiosity scooped up its first sample of dirt. scientists applauded as much if not louder when they landed. the rover is now analyzing the dirt looking for signs of microbial life. >> i have to admit i'm a wonk i love this stuff. >> bill: absolutely. we haven't done an update on this show in a couple of weeks. >> we'll get him back on dr. beagle. he is our resident nasa nerd. >> bill: all right. dan, thank you. mitt romney wants to show that he knows what he is talk about when it comes to foreign policy. peter if we could take the second bite. i just found like so much he said in the debate and like his speech in tampa as well full of platitudes -- now he's trying to say that president obama has a fleckless foreign policy that got us nowhere. >> romney: i believe if america doesn't lead others will. others who don't share our interests and our values and the world would grow darker for our friends and for us. >> bill: what does that mean? >> yeah. >> bill: that implies that america hasn't been a leader for the last four year
did an 18-mile space jump. he's got basically the pwefrs the air force and nasa on board and red bull. bill: and a lot of cameras on this. we'll watch and see how it all unfolds. thank you, corey. corey powell. >> it will be a amazing. bill: it certainly will. martha: there is a desperate search going on for a missing little girl in colorado. her. jamie: is jessica ridge way. she disappeared on her way to school on friday. we have the latest on the investigation. be right back. it's swanson flavor boost. concentrated broth to add delicious flavor to your skillet dish in just one stir. mmm! [ female announcer ] cook, meet compliments. get recipes at flavorboost.com. i've got a nice long life ahead. big plans. so when i found out medicare doesn't pay all my medical expenses, i looked at my options. then i got a medicare supplement insurance plan. [ male announcer ] if you're eligible for medicare, you may know it only covers about 80% of your part b medical expenses. the rest is up to you. call now and find out about an aarp medicare supplement insurance plan, insured by unitedhealthcar
that governments need to do what we, as individuals, can achieve on our own. i will point at nasa -- i mean, even businesses could not have taken us to the moon in 1969. so we have to continue to look at government and each and every problem that is presented to see -- is this funding that can be done by individual states and businesses or is this something that only the government can solve if we, the people, come together unified under that government and the government puts those resources to work? i often hear people complain about paying taxes or taxes are too high, but we appreciate having the roads. we appreciate having the postal service and the schools and the programs like nasa that have given us a wonderful technologies that have propelled us and made most people's lives much more comfortable than it would have been had those technologies not enter their lives. host: given what you say is the benefit of government, right now, is government about the right size? where would you put the scale on its role and influence on your life? caller: i think we have to be careful when we throw the
on sunday evening, inaugurating a new era for nasa. host: on the foreign policy question, we are going to billy joe, missouri. caller: good morning. i was just wondering if people could do a search on foreign aid. who is gold finger? he is not the only one. but they could do a search on that. my question is, on iraq, we were there for 10 years. how much money was allocated in 10 years in iraq? host of diesel the issues you want it wrongly talking about? iraq? caller: i want to talk about where the money went and who got the money. halliburton, i heard that they had four and a vulture funds. who is really getting this money? how many vultures are out there, like gold finger? i really think we should bring our troops back. what did japan say when we went after them for pearl harbor? we woke the sleeping giant? we need to get back to the sleeping giant part. i will listen for your comments on the tv. host: joseph ramirez rights in on twitter about the mitt romney speech -- host: a foreign policy issue that we want to update you on, a reuters story today, "skirmish with turkey shows no let
era for nasa in which private companies will eventually take over the transportation of people and supplies to low earth orbit. this time only cargo was on board. astronauts and private transportation are still several years away. space exploration technologies of hawthorne, california, or space ex-for short, launched the falcon 9 rocket from cape canaveral, florida, at 8:30 onboard a rocket. a capsule called dragon contains 1,000 pounds of food, clothing equipment, science experiments including 23 designed and built by students. the cargo includes a freezer that can store laboratory samples at temperatures as low as 300 degrees below zero. the supplies are scheduled to reach the space station on wednesday. the capsule will remain docked for a few weeks. the a second company, orbital sciences of virginia is preparing a rocket for test flight later this year. exciting future ahead for private space travel. jon: great stuff. julie banderas, thanks. >> reporter: sure. jenna: early voting is underway in ohio right now, a key swing state. already there are issues which may not be de
something about that is retired nasa astronaut mark kelly and husband of democratic congresswoman gabrielle giffords. he joined me earlier this morning to talk about this attempt and his new book called "ingenuoustron am r "mousetronaut." >> what do you think of felix baumgartner's attempt? >> a lot of risk. he's going to jump out of a capsule from the edges of space. but, you know, if he's got a good engineering team and his suit works and, you know, as he hits the atmosphere, if he can with stand those forces and then finally the chute opens he ould be okay. i'm optimistic. i think he can do that. >> there's a lot of ifs. if a good team, if the suit works, if the chute opens. is there any kind of a risk that you would ever take? >> well, certainly flying in a space shuttle as an enormous amount of risk. i don't no statistically what the risk there is. space shut simple a risky proposition to fly. we send guys out to do spak walks routinely and that's a similar thing to what you're looking at there with the exception he's his own re-entry vehicle. that's pretty hazardous. >> is there a sci
having fun postal service and the schools and programs like nasa that had kicked back and have given wonderful technologies that propelled us and meet people's lives more comfortable than they would have been had those technologies not entered their lives. >> host: question for you, louis. given what you say is the benefit of the government, right now is the government about the right size and what is its influence on your life? >> caller: i.t. we have to be careful when we throw the word size of the government because they're seems to be a misunderstanding as to what the size of the government is as well as the size of the government. but the reality is the problems dictate the size of the government and we shrink the government by reducing the number of federal employees and we actually then end up contacting people to do those tasks any way and we tend not to count them as the part of the government that they are a part of the government. we are just paying more for that resource now and people need to kind of recognize that when we take our resources it is a finite amount. it tru
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